The Professionals Coalition, which led the protests against the former president Omer Al-Bashir, has welcomed the finally achieved agreement on formation of a joint sovereign council between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change.
In a statement it issued Friday, the coalition stated that the two parties have agreed on formation of a joint Sovereign Council to lead the transition process in the country.
For it part, the Popular Congress party (PCP) said that the three-year transition period agreed by the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and Forces of Freedom and Change.
According to Sudan News Agency (SUNA), PCP official, Dr Sohair Ahmed Salah said that “we welcome to agreement over government of competencies”, expressing hope that the agreement would calm the situation and promote freedom and justice for holding a fair elections with participation of all and without excluding anyone.
In the same context, the Chairman of National People’s Coalition party , Dr Osman Abul-Majd said “we welcomed any agreement leads to unification and achieves security and stability in the country.
In a statement to SUNA, Abul-Majd welcomed the agreement between the military council and forces of freedom and change.
He indicated to his party concern with unity and stability of the country within a comprehensive agreement so as to leave no rift.
Dr Abul-Majd indicated to importance of communication with armed movements within coming three months to reach understandings enabling them to participate in construction of the homeland.
In connection, the Revolutionary Youth Alliance (RYA) has commended agreement reached between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and Forces of Freedom and Change, calling for inclusive deal addressing displacement issues and ending war.
RYA Chairman, Dr Khattab Ibrahim, who was speaking at SUNA Forum Saturday, said that RYA was more optimistic over the deal and that the alliance commended the role of the international mediator hoped that it be the last role in Sudanese issues.
He called for speed up resolution of issues of war, peace, displacement and refugees, urging other alliances to unite in broad groupings with a clear programs.